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There is still time to apply for the Rural Health Network Development Planning Grant

Funding Opportunity Number:                 HRSA-09-004
CFDA Number:                                         93.912
Grants.gov Application due date:            September 15, 2008
Expected Number of Awards:                  20
Award Length:                                         One year

The purpose of the Rural Health Network Development Planning Grant is to:

  • Provide support to entities that need assistance to plan, organize and develop a health care network because they do not have a significant history of collaboration;
  • Identify potential collaborating network partners in the community/region;
  • Convene potential collaborating network partners and conduct planning activities to identify the most critical need of potential network partners to ensure their viability.
Who’s eligible?
  • Public and non-profit private entities (including faith-based and community organizations) located in an eligible rural county or a rural census tract of a metropolitan county;
  • Applicant providing services exclusively to migrant and seasonal farm workers in rural areas ( under Section 330G of the Public Health Service Act);
  • Federally recognized Native American Tribe or Tribal Organization delivering services on a Reservation or federally recognized Tribal lands;
  • Applicant organizations that represent three or more separately owned entities.

Please refer to program guidance for full eligibility requirements:




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